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went to my leg, took my leg, took me down. >> two dogs send two people from brentwood to the hospital with some nasty looking injuries. >> the hookup truck is getting ready to roll through the streets of the bay area. the owner the woman with the hat tells me all you have to do is make a 30-minute appointment then go inside for sex. >> from across the bay to around the world, the stories that matter on "kpix 5 news this morning." captions by: caption colorado your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. frank, michelle, good morning from oracle. everybody lost a game seven. >> that was a big win for the warriors. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:00. liz has a look at the morning commute. it is no longer "friday light" on the bay bridge toll plaza. suddenly they turned the metering lights on so they have that going on and word of an accident at the base of the incline. it is a smaller fender-bender and it sounds like it's already out of lanes but just a minor accident like that can there are george bushing to three of them on saturday night in the nba. win or go home. that was the theme and the joint was rocking. clippers with the early lead. matt barnes with the jump shot for the nine point advantage in the 1st quarter. in the second, engineer plain o'neil has a right knee injury when he made contact with davis and would not return. chris paul was dealing with a hand issue and was in foul trouble all night which meant it was stephen curry's time to shine. he races by everyone for the layup in the 4th quarter and a six point golden state lead.
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sometimes slow things down. it's backed up. bart is on time. everything looks good. they got the signal issues fix at the san leandro stop and according to bart's website now everything is on time. fog could slow you down on parts of 101, novato, golden gate bridge has a dense fog advisory between marin and san francisco. and if you are traveling on 24, when david lee fouled out andre iguodala had big shots down the stretch. he buries a tough shot and then the three ball from the corner plus the foul on blake griffin, a 7-point golden state lead with under three minutes to go. closing seconds, matt barnes with the wild three from the wing to cut the golden state lead to one. not enough time. curry misses the free throw on purposes and time expires. the warriors force a game 7 in los angeles saturday night. they win 100-99. let's hit the locker room. very quiet right now approaching telegraph. you can see everything is moving well so far out of the caldecott tunnel, as well. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." a lot of fog out there. with the forecast, here's lawrence. >> a heat wave, nice to see the fog on the coastline but not extending onshore. still we have the clouds back and the sea breeze kicking in and the temperatures will be cooler across the board especially along the coastline and just inside the bay. partly chris will, 60s toward the coastline. -- partly cloudy, 60s toward >> the way this team conducts itself in spite of everything we've gone through, all the lie, all the adversity, all the sources, i could not be prouder. what we are doing collectively speaks against it. >> what do you think about your availability for saturday night? >> anything short of god coming back, anything short of that more than likely i'll play.
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the coastline, 80s and warm in the valleys. beautiful over the bay just a couple of high clouds, otherwise clear. temperatures cooler to start the day. it looks like 60s along the coastline with patchy fog. that's the latest forecast. back to you. two people have some gruesome looking injuries after >> when you're at home you can't rely on home. that doesn't work. it's going to be great to be at home. we'll be back in our safe haven now and the fans will give us great energy. but you still got to perform. that's the bottom line. >> just a monster game from dre mon green, 14 points, five steals. he was brill yonts. so it's on to los angeles for the golden state warriors and game 7. reporting from oracle, i'm dennis o'donnell. being attacked by dogs running lose in the east bay. forayscate caugiran reports. >> reporter: michelle, this morning those two dogs are in custody of contra costa county animal services after sending two people to the hospital tearing one neighborhood apart. this happened yesterday morning. two dogs a pit bull and lab got loose and went on a rampaging on hudson drive. at the same time, reed was walking his dog when he said the two tried to attack his frank, michelle, back to you. play of the day, we are going to go back to the nba play-offs. got a terrific dunk atlanta's mike scott check it out. one, two, three, in the paint, get out of my way! pretty sweet. the hawks fall to the indiana pacers 95-88. that series tied up at 3-3. the play of the day. 6:26. there's a new truck rolling through the bay area and you won't believe what is going on
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animals.the dogs also went after another woman who was just walking out her front door to walk her dog. that woman needed stitches on her leg --on her face, leg and possibly now has a broken toe. we were there when one of the victims got into a confrontation. >> see what they did to my wife? >> you know what? it's not a pit bull! >> i don't know what it is! i just got home myself. >> it's a mastiff sharpei. >> i don't care what it is. >> you don't need to get in my face. you don't know what it's doing to my dog. inside. coming up the controversial hook-up truck debuting today in the bay area. >> reporter: and the warriors did bring down the house last night at oracle but a lot of talk was about the clippers owner donald sterling racist comments. the latest up next. those are like my granddoggies! >> reporter: brentwood police and animal services found the dogs. the pair ran through a neighborhood prompting a preschool to "shelter in place." officers say they also had to use a taser to subdue the pit bull. now, we know they belong to a neighbor in that area who is cooperating with police and police believe the dogs escaped from their backyard. >> a question. do we no what happened to the dogs? >> they are going to be held for a 10-day quarantine and animal services will investigate.
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>> cate caugiran live in the newsroom, thank you. some new details on the controversy surrounding l.a. clipper owner donald sterling. anne makovec joins us live from oakland now where the clippers fell to the warriors last night in game 6. >> reporter: here outside oracle arena which calmed down significantly last night weather the warriors beat the clippers, it was a tight game, 99-100. but a lot of the talk here was about the clippers owner donald sterling. here he is leaving a beverly hills restaurant last night. his first public appearance since he was caught on tape making racist comments. he had no response to reporter questions about whether or not he will sell the clippers just hours after an nba commission voted to pursue terminating his ownership. the other big news of the day sterling is said to have prostate cancer. fans here at oracle expressed sympathy for that.
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>> well, you know, what went on it's emotional but, you know, i feel for the guy getting cancer, you know, we're all people at the end of the day. >> it's never good when anybody has cancer. so it's really unfortunate but i hope he recovers from cancer and at the same time realizes that what he said was and his actions maybe weren't the best. >> reporter: now, sterling himself wasn't at the game last night because earlier this week the nba permanently banned sterling from all league activities. his team though the clippers will host the warriors tomorrow night for game 7 of this series that is at 7:30. live at oracle arena, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> that is a winner-take-all. thank you. the president of the naacp l.a. chapter has resigned over a decision to give sterling an award for promoting civil rights. leon jenkins reversed that decision shortly after the scandal broke out last week but critics say he should not have made the decision in the first place due to allegations of discrimination in sterling's past. good news on the jobless front the labor department
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announcing the april numbers of unemployment down to 6.3%. that's down from 6.7. the lowest in more than five years. analysts say a sign the economy is picking up after a bad winter and hopefully good news for wall street too. in hawaii the death of a santa rosa woman is under investigation this morning. 20-year-old patricia rabellizsa died in a zipline accident on the island of maui. she was an employee at the company where the accident happened yesterday morning falling 150 feet in a deep gulch there. rescue workers had trouble getting through the thick vegetation to reach her body. federal investigators are looking into uc-berkeley and 54 other schools for the way they handled reports of sexual assaults on campus. the title ix investigations also covered such prestigious universities as princeton, vanderbilt and harvard. the department of education is telling the schools they must either address all issues or lose federal funding. the federal government your realtime captioner is linda macdonald. pension reform in san jose suffers a setback and the unions are cheering. i'm kiet do with a live report coming up. >> a northern california man is home safe talking about the avalanche that killed more than a dozen people on mount everest. >> the fog is back much cooler
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estimates one out of every five college women will be sexually assaulted before graduation. >> the president and the vice president both strongly called for greater transparency and a movement across the country for us to change campus culture so that we are making sure that all of our students are safe. >> uc-berkeley and the other universities say they are fully cooperating with the investigation and are committed to making improvements. developing news now. weather on the way. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and it is "friday light" in a lot of places. sadly the bay bridge toll plaza is not one of those. we'll tell you how bad are the delays coming up. >> thank you, liz. good morning. it's friday, it's here, it's may 2. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm michelle griego. time now 6:30. right now firefighters in southern california have a wildfire about halfway contained. it's burning east of los angeles in the foothills of the san bernardino national forest. fire started on wednesday and forced more than 1,000 sacramento county sheriff's deputies are searching for a cal fire battalion chief who is suspected in the killing of his fiancee. cal fire says orville fleming has been with the agency for 24 years. the family of sarah douglas says she was found dead yesterday morning in the south sacramento county home she shared with fleming. >> she was on a night out with her sister and her mom and she came home and according to her sister he was waiting for her. >> detectives say fleming was driving a cal fire truck but it residents to evacuate. it burned about 1600 acres of brush. winds are expected to be relatively low today in the range of 5 to 10 miles an hour. >> sea breeze is good news for firefighters and for us to cool things off as we had three days of record-breaking heat. now looks like we'll cool things down big time. low clouds and fog have moved
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was later found abandoned in elk grove. today officials from countries held a joint news conference about their long- term plan to find the missing malaysia airlines plane. authorities plan to expand the under water search in the indian ocean but australian officials are less optimistic that an unmanned sub from the united states will really find back in along the coastline. 70s and 80s inland, done with the 90s. out the door we go. clear except for high clouds over the bay bridge. temperatures are running cooler though this morning in the 40s and the 50s. by the afternoon the numbers going to be down about 79 degrees still pleasant in fremont. the sea breeze blowing into san anything. >> i must say the chances of finding it, the probability is lower than it was when we started the search. >> a new preliminary report from malaysia confirms that radar tracked the plane as it turned west but air traffic controllers didn't realize the boeing 777 was missing until 17 minutes after it disappeared from civilian radar. exclusively on kpix 5, the violence in ukraine is continuing to escalate. a couple of hours ago a cbs news producer was released francisco at 73. 66 in pacifica. cooler weather on the weekend. let's check the roads with elizabeth. the bay bridge is backed up beyond the west grand overcrossing. there was a smaller fender- bender at the base of the incline and looks like that should be cleared by now. it was quickly cleared out of lanes but for a while there was some activity on the right-hand shoulder and you can see it's a beautiful picture of the sun coming up this morning waiting 15 minutes to get on the span. here's a live look westbound 580. there is a stall reported
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after being held hostage. >> we spoke with erin lyall on the phone from ukraine this morning. she explains how she and a couple of other journalists were stopped at a checkpoint then blindfolded, taken to a warehouse and held for hours. >> there were some moments that were scary, you know, they asked us if we had children and families and we were wondering why they were asking us that. uhm, they were rough with us at the beginning and then toward the end they would give us tea and tell us that everything was going to be okay. approaching airway. traffic is stacking up behind that. then it gets sluggish again from el charro to the dublin interchange. our cameras actually right there in pleasanton. chp issued a fog advisory at 3:30 on 101 for the golden gate bridge so heads up. visibility could be a problem between marin county and san francisco. that's your latest "kcbs traffic." frank, michelle, back to you. terrifying situation for two people in the east bay and this neighborhood. they were attacked by two dogs though escaped their yards. police finally rounded up the but, you know, when you're blindfolded sitting on a hard chair in a room that you don't know where you are, it's hard to feel encouraged by that. >> lyall goes on to give us a firsthand account of what's happening in ukraine. >> they are not taking orders from russia. they are not taking orders from ukraine. these are local people with uniforms and guns and they are doing things on their own. so when a deal is struck with ukraine and russia, it has no impact on the ground here. these residents are saying nobody is negotiating with us. so we are just protecting our two dogs but not before two people were bitten badly enough to have to go to the hospital. a man and woman were attacked separately about 10 minutes apart before the dogs were caught at a nearby preschool sheltering in place, as well. some new details regarding the nba's effort to force donald sterling to sell his franchise the clippers. there are now reports that he has cancer. anne makovec from oakland where the clippers and warriors had a
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own state. >> these photos were captured moments before she and her colleagues were detained and blindfolded by pro-russian separatists. lyall plans to stay and continue covering the crisis. time now 6:10. a southern california wildfire burns over 1500 acres. coming up at 6:30, how mother nature is helping firefighters contain the flames. >> okay, everyone! here's a clue for you this morning. what is big and white and looks like it could be in a george lucas movie? "where's roberta?" as the news continues right play-off game last night. >> reporter: oracle arena has calmed down significantly since that point. was hot after that big win a game 6, 99-100. the warriors took it. but a lot of talk off the court was about three clippers owner. his racist comments and his latest battle his health. l.a. clippers owner donald sterling was seen leaving an l.a. area restaurant this week amid reports he is battling serious health issues. espn is reporting the 80-year- here on kpix 5. >> sounds like me on a hot day at the beach. we are looking at some big changes coming our way. some heat relief is in sight. we'll talk about that coming up. >> and you're really slowing down between north flynn and vasco if you are traveling on westbound 580. we'll have all your travel times after this break. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, old has been treated for prostate cancer for an extended period of time. sterling is banned from the nba for life for making racist comments. clippers head coach doc rivers addressed the news after his team lost to the golden state warriors last night. >> i don't have a reaction to that. you know, uhm, i hope it's not true. >> reporter: nba team owners wasted no time launching a bid to oust sterling as team owner. according to the nba, a panel of 10 owners unanimously agreed to proceed, quote, as
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expeditiously as possible. the nba commissioner also fined sterling $2.5 million. and there is more fallout. leon jenkins the president of the naacp chapter in los angeles has resigned. jenkins group was about to give sterling a lifetime achievement award just before the recorded comments surfaced. jenkins says he resigned because of the negative exposure he caused for the naacp. now, either sterling nor his lawyer have made any public comments since last tuesday. live at oracle arena in oakland, anne makovec, kpix 5. >> thank you. the warriors and clippers will play that 7th and deciding game in the series in l.a. tomorrow night. new this morning, a northern california man is back home after surviving last month's deadly avalanche on mount everest. his family was there to welcome jim geiger home to sacramento. he was ready to go for the summit on mount everest april 16 when the avalanche hit killing 16 sherpas. >> i was there in base camp it happened at 6:30 in the
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morning. we heard the rumbling all of a sudden got the news at about 7 7:00 that 12 people were lost. some missing and then all of a sudden it went up to 16. very, very sad. >> geiger says it was frightening to see rescue teams removing victims. he was hoping to become the oldest american to climb the mountain. a controversial pension cost-cutting measure is being delayed in san jose. measure b was approved by voters nearly four years ago. kpix 5 reporter kiet do is at city hall to explain why implementation is being put off. kiet. >> reporter: good morning. employees that were bracing for a smaller paycheck this summer are breathing easier for now. measure b was set to go into effect on july 1 and that would have forced a lot of them to pay more into their pensions but a judge has ruled it was illegal and has now delayed it by a full year. that has labor unions claiming
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it's 6:13. let's check traffic. >> you're going to go back out to the bay bridge. metering lights created a backup past the west grand overcrossing. it looks like right now it's just about to the foot of the maze. so at 6:14 this morning, it is anything but "friday light." if i didn't mention it that accident by the way is out of lanes. so they are off to the right- live in downtown san jose, kiet do, kpix 5. >> thank you. a former concord police officer expected to be arraigned on several criminal charges later today. matthew switzer is accused of stealing prescription drugs from residents in the senior apartment complex in downtown concord while he was in uniform. resident tipped police off on switser in february. they began an investigation arrested him last month and he resigned just a few days later. a lawsuit aims to put the brakes on the tech shuttle buses in san francisco. hand shoulder. but it's causing slowdowns some looky-loos checking out the accident scene. westbound 580 we had a kcbs airborne flying over. heavy from north flynn to greenville slowing down at vasco improving closer to dublin-pleasanton where that camera happens to be approaching 680. 880 is fine in oakland. no delay in either direction right now between hayward and your downtown oakland exits. fog may not slow you down but it could be a headache this morning if you are heading off the buses have sparked protests in recent months over soaring housing costs. the suit by the seiu and community groups targets their use of muni bus stops. it says it's illegal and it wants the city to put an end to that program. new this morning a driver in florida faces a big fine for jamming cell phone signals. jason humphries admitted to police he used the device on his daily commute for roughly two years. a cell phone company noticed something scrambling the signal on his towers.
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to work. it could be a visibility issue. there's a dense fog advisory on 101. it is "friday light." look at this contra costa county looking great right now. highway 4 southbound 680 looks great from antioch all the way down into walnut creek and a check of the south bay where you'll see it's about 64 miles per hour on 101 coming into san jose. 280 through downtown, even the guadalupe parkway everything is fine. remember kcbs when you hit the roads at 106.9 fm or 740-am. it tracked the problem to his giant jammer wedged into his suv. he said he wanted to stop drivers from talking on the phone. the fcc fined him $48,000. happening today a truck will open for business in the bay area but not the kind of business you might think. >> nope. this is one of a kind. we'll let joe vazquez explain but if you see the truck arocking, just don't go knocking. here you go. >> reporter: the hook-up truck is getting ready to roll through the streets of the bay area. that is your latest traffic. lawrence we have had some gorgeous sunrises and sunsets lately. mostly clear skies from the offshore winds but things changing today. some fog along the coastline looks like that's going to snap the heat wave and some much cooler weather on the way for the weekend as it looks like that cool air going to spread onshore and it's doing so already. in fact, got some foggy conditions as you approach the coastline. mostly clear though in the interior valleys then mostly sunny this afternoon but some cooler temperatures and then the owner, the woman with the hat, tells me all you have to do is make a 30-minute appointment then go inside for sex. the nondescript box truck has a private room inside. there's no bed, no bedding, in order to keep it as sanitary as possible. instead, there's a custom built bench covered with vinyl. emerson says everything will be thoroughly cleaned before and after each customer, contraception and birth control are available. >> get a hotel room. grow up, go home, get a hotel
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much cooler over the weekend. high pressure finally sliding eastward. that's allowing a sea breeze to kick in and fog to return to the coastline. we'll see a lot of fog over the weekend. still it's going to take another day to work its way inland so 90s in the central valley, 75 degrees monterey bay. patchy fog along the coastline today with cooler temperatures there. and that sea breeze likely to pick up and the fog is going to work its way well onshore tomorrow morning and probably well into the valleys over the weekend, as well. temperatures today start to cool down. still about 84 degrees and warm room. >> reporter: no truck? >> no. come on! >> this is safe and convenient place to do it. so i'm -- i think it's awesome. i think go for it. if that's your thing, do it! >> reporter: emerson says her lawyer has checked and as far as he can tell the hook-up truck is legal. no permits or inspections needed. but until they are sure customers will be able to use the truck free of charge. joe vazquez, kpix 5. >> okay. once the truck's owner -- >> speechless. >> what can you say? in san jose. 76 in union city. about 66 degrees and breezy and fog into pacifica. a lot of 80s still in the valleys but we are done with the 90s for now and then you will see a lot of 70s inside the bay. looks like your sunrise time is at 6:13 today. sunset 8:01. as we look toward the next couple of days we'll be cooling down the temperatures, back to average this time of year. partly cloudy late sunday night into monday with a slight chance of sprinkles and looks like some slow warming toward the middle of the week. nice to see that cool air kind of crazy. once this thing gets rolling, they are going to start charging people. the services will cost between $75 and $150 per half hour but right now, it's free. just so you know. we are moving on now. cars, bushes, roads, all of a sudden disappear. coming up a sinkhole swallows a city block and it's caught on camera. >> and the market just opened up about 10 minutes ago. let's check the big board. you can see the dow is up about 27. we'll get an update from kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks.
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coming back. it's nice being here on friday because the energy level on the set today is contagious! april glad to be here with you guys. >> i think -- i'm glad to be here with you guys. >> i think you're right. i'm feeling it. >> i'm feeling it. it's time to find out "where's roberta?" on our weekly friday feature. >> yes, earlier we got a couple of clues from roberta so tell us where are you? >> reporter: hey, good morning, everybody! yes, you know, it's hard to >> let's check out your pollen report for today. we are looking at the pollen count on the rise just a little into the weekend still running medium to high right through the weekend and probably monday, too. >> stay with us. we'll be right back. ,, ,,,, believe that for five full months we have been featuring "where's roberta?" and we have taken to you great heights like the air balloons over napa, the b17 over hayward, and even the bowling alley at at&t park. but come on along today as we climb the cranes at the port authority for this week's edition of "where's roberta?." reporter: it occupies 19 miles of waterfront on the eastern shore of san francisco bay. it discharges more than 99% of containerized goods moving through northern california.
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how many cranes do you have here at the port authority? >> 43. >> reporter: how tall are these cranes? >> right now, we are 130 feet above from the ground. and if you go all the way up to the top, we reach more than 240 feet. >> reporter: about 75% of oakland's trade is with asia and europe, the other 25% with other foreign economies. now i get my chance to move the cargo. >> we actually use this -- you push over, you don't pull up when sales rep steve hatfield books at, he gets a ready for you alert the second his room is ready. so he knows exactly when he can prep for his presentation. and when steve is perfectly prepped, ya know what he brings? and that's how you'll increase market share. any questions? because right now this is already down. there you go. see it coming up? >> reporter: is it supposed to be doing that? >> it's supposed to do that. it's coming up. >> reporter: it's coming up. what does this button do? [ siren ] [ laughter ] >> so we have one more to go up. watch out. >> reporter: from the operator's booth to the top, which is the apex. once one of these ships come in here to dock and you have to unload it do you unload a whole can i get an "a", steve? yes! three a's! amazing sales! he brings his a-game! la quinta inns and suites is ready for you, so you'll be ready for business. the ready for you alert, only at! la quinta!
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ship in one day? >> yes, we can. and port authority is one of the fastest turnaround times. >> reporter: xp41 is the name of this crane and from the view at the top? >> oh, yes, beautiful day. >> reporter: we actually have a ship filled with containers coming into the bay right now and i have to tell you, gang, i have a whole new appreciation for these containers, for the men who are longshoremen and also for the truckers who come in and get these containers and take them around the bay area a whole new appreciation. if you want to learn more about the port authority or watch "where's roberta?" online, visit us online at reporting from the port authority where i got to actually climb a crane, roberta gonzales, kpix 5. >> very cool, roberta. i called it, frank. >> you did. you were on the money. all right. a new bay area service offering quite the ride coming up at 6:30, the hook-up truck offers everything you need for a
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little whoopi on wheels. and i'm dennis o'donnell. highlights and reaction to the warriors clippers game straight ahead. >> what's cool about your school? email your nomination to usa here at and we may come out and feature your school on the show. we'll be right back. stay with us. ,, ,,,, on brand name mattress sets. get three years interest-free financing plus, get free delivery, and sleep train's 100-day low price guarantee. sleep train's interest free for 3 event, ends sunday. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ unemployment across the cou is down. so are profits for a bay area oil compa bs radio's new reporteds this morning have some falling numbers. unemployment is down so are profits from a bay area oil company. here now is kcbs radio's financial reporter jason brooks. >> reporter: good news to end the week. the april jobs report with a bigger gain than expected. the labor department reports that there are 288,000 jobs created last month. and there was also sizable increases to the prior to
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so you can get cash back on all your purchases. so you can use your cash back... to follow your dream. months bringing the unemployment rate down to 6.3% from 6.7% in march. that's the lowest it's been since september of 2008. it was due to the jobs gain fewer people looking for work. the labor participation rate fell to a three decade low. but still overall pretty good news and hiring across a number of sectors, construction, retail, professional services so you... can save the day. chase freedom. so you can. adding 75,000 jobs. wages were flat for the prior month on average at $24.31. chevron reporting its earnings for the 1st quarter and lower oil prices and production, its profits down 27% to 4.5 billion revenue down about 6% at more than $53 billion as chevron felt the pressure of those oil prices falling over the course of winter. oil prices have been rising of late so it might see a bump back up in the second quarter. stock market dealing with the
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good jobs news but increasing worries over war in ukraine. that's keeping the gains in check in the early going. so far the dow up 25. nasdaq up 8. s&p up 4. chevron shares are down slightly and linkedin off its earnings report down 2%. back to you. >> thank you, have a great weekend. >> you, too. the nasty storm that hit much of the country this week may be over but the effects of the flooding remain including some incredible video out of maryland. watch this. >> oh, my god, ah!!! >> just like that a big stretch of road in baltimore just disappeared along with all the cars that were parked on that road. despite the screams, nobody was injured. more now from cbs news' chip reid. >> reporter: people describe feeling a rumble and what sounded like thunder. >> see it slowly but surely it was sinking and sinking and sinking. >> reporter: as the ground collapsed, the wall structure
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and sidewalk caved with it swallowing trees, lampposts and parked cars. >> the wall, lights, cars, everything parked on that side of the street gone. >> reporter: emergency crews evacuated 19 homes and inspected gas and power lines. drivers returned to their parked cars hoping to find them where they had left them. some were lucky, others not. the debris and chunks of caved roadway fell off the hill and on to the tracks of a nearby railway stopping train traffic in the area. but it's not known what caused the ground to cave in. officials say the harsh winter of heavy snows and rains contributed to weakening the roadways. >> that was chip reid reporting. new this morning and it's about time, some encouraging news about gas prices. they could drop as much as 40 to 50 cents per gallon by the 4th of july. according to, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded is now $4.22 in metro san jose. and $4.31 in san francisco. >> they snuck over 4 bucks out of nowhere like what?!
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what's going on with that? >> 40 to 50 cents a big difference. elizabeth wenger has traffic. >> let's go to orinda. we talking about the approaches to the bay bridge looking quiet. then we saw a tweet and there is a smaller fender-bender westbound 24 approaching fish ranch. traffic is delayed from wilder. so heads up from the orinda area. at the bay bridge though typical stuff maybe a touch lighter than normal. we had one accident at the base of the incline that's now cleared but it is stacked up to at least the foot of the maze and probably growing at this point. here's a live look at 880 the nimitz. everything is cruising right along up to downtown oakland. southbound also looks pretty good as well even for silicon valley commuters. this is live look through milpitas and westbound 237 very quiet so far into sunnyvale and all bart trains are now back on track. we had some earlier issues in san leandro, no longer the case right now 58 trains and they are all on schedule.
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what is driving you crazy on your commute? it's time for this again. we heard from carla about bicycles. people who don't stop for lights. drive me crazy and she says scare the beejeebers out of my. with "bike to work" day next week, this is a good reminder about sharing the road. each year more than 100 people are killed in bike accidents. some are caused by the bicyclist behavior or drivers. as you said, bicyclists must obey the stop signs and the red signal lights. but, of course, drivers too should watch out for bicycle riders before turning, merging into bicycle lanes and i always forget this one, opening doors next to moving traffic. very dangerous. we wanted to know what drives you crazy during your commute. ask a question or share a gripe by emailing tweet me at #ewengerkpix and watch to see if your question gets answered on air.
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that is your latest "kcbs traffic." more on our foggy drive to work. here's lawrence. i think the hot weather has been driving some folks crazy especially trying to sleep at night but we have some good news. we have some cool air that's sweeping onshore and that fog is back and the cooldown is under way. in fact today's going to be much cooler along the coastline and just inside the bay. it will still be warm in the valleys becoming mostly sunny but these temperatures will be down and much cooler weather expected over the weekend. high pressure now scooting out of the way. low pressure off the coast is returning the sea breeze outside so the temperatures going to be coming down near the coastline still hot in the central valley 93 in sacramento, 97 in fresno and about 70 and sunny in lake tahoe. still around the bay today, we'll see those temperatures running into the 80s in the south bay as high as 84 in san jose and 81 in mountain view. 60s along the immediate coastline with some patchy fog. into the east bay 90s yesterday, those were long gone now. still some 80s and warm by the afternoon. and inside the bay that breeze will be kicking in about 73
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degrees still pleasant. >> san francisco. 67 and cooler and breezy into daly city. the next couple of days, these temperatures return to normal saturday and sunday a lot of low clouds early on in the morning hours giving way to some sunshine by the afternoon. clouds do thicken up toward sunday and monday as a weak weather system slides toward the bay area bringing with it at least a slight chance of a few sprinkles north of the golden gate bridge on the monday. overall looking pretty good. in fact, hey, don't forget this weekend, cinco de mayo festival in san francisco. should be mostly sunny in the afternoon. temperature a little cool, about 62 degrees. >> that sounds like fun. >> yeah. >> great weekend. >> thank you. exclusively now on kpix 5 just a few hours ago a cbs news producer was released after being taken hostage in ukraine. that producer erin lyall spoke with us about her short buy terrifying ordeal. >> there were some moments that were scary. they asked us if we had children and families and we were wondering why they were
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asking us that. they were rough with us at the beginning and then toward the end they would give us tea and but when you're blindfolded, it's hard to feel encouraged by that. >> lyall said it lasted about four hours. she said she and the others are going back to work. time now 6:51. a cal fire battalion chief is on the run from the law. why police named him the only suspect in a brutal crime. >> the dog attack sends two people to the hospital and tears apart one east bay neighborhood. our cameras were rolling when the victim's husband tried to confront the owner. ,, [doorbell rings]
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:55. a newly released report investigating what happened to malaysia airlines flight 370 is shedding new light on the plane's disappearance. among the findings air traffic controllers did not realize the boeing 777 was missing until 17 minutes after it disappeared from civilian radar. 55 colleges and universities are facing federal investigations for the way they handle allegations of sexual abuse by students. the schools include princeton, uc-berkeley, vanderbilt and harvard along with smaller state schools all under investigation for violating title ix which requires schools to advise victims of their rights, investigate their claims and ensure their safety. toronto mayor rob ford may be in a rehab facility near chicago a day after new photos surfaced showing him allegedly smoking crack cocaine. he admitted to having an alcohol problem which he says leads to bad choices. ford is currently on a leave of absence from his job as mayor so he can receive treatment. he says he will continue his
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bid for re-election. the nba is moving quickly to terminate donald sterling's ownership of the los angeles clippers. sterling has been facing intense backlash force his racist comments revealed in an audio recording. he is banned from the nba for life and faces a fine. there are now reports that sterling is also battling cancer. and sheriff's deputies are searching for a cal fire battalion chief who is suspected in the killing of his fiancee in a southern sacramento county. cal fire says orville fleming has been with the agency for 24 years. family of sarah douglas says sheafed found dead yesterday morning in the home she shared with fleming. i'm cate caugiran live in the newsroom. contra costa county animal services is investigating after two dogs got loose in the east bay and went on a rampage that sent two people to the hospital. we were there when one of the victims' husbands tried to confront the owner. brentwood police officers say these dogs caused these injuries which led to this confrontation. >> see what they did to my wife?
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>> now what? it's not a pit bull! >> i don't know what it is.i just got home myself. i don't care what it is. >> you don't need to get in my face. you don't know what it's doing to my daughter. those are like my granddoggies. >> reporter: it all began yesterday morning when two dogs got out of their yard and went on a rampage on hudson drive. >> i was just walking my dogs and these two giant dinosaur sized dogs decided to make mine a snack. >> reporter: reed boston so put his dogs on top of a truck to try to fight off the other pair. >> one of the dogs went for my finger. i pushed him off, the other one bit me and took me down. >> reporter: then the dogs went after jeff wax's wife. >> they came and one grabbed the bobby and the other one went after her so her instincts were to grab for her dog and try and save him and the other one was biting her legs. >> reporter: she needed stitches on her face, leg and possibly has a broken toe.
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brentwood pd captured one dog and pinned the other down in frank powell's backyard. >> latched on the screen was trying to get out and they hit it with a taser. >> reporter: the attack tensions boiled over with cameras rolling. >> my wife was just coming out the front door to walk the dog and they attacked her and the dogs! >> police caught the two dogs before note before they ran through the neighborhood causing a preschool to "shelter in place." officers said they needed to use a taser to subdue one of th dogs. cate caugiran, kpix 5. a final check of "kcbs traffic." we have breaking news happening right now in san francisco. there's a two-alarm fire and it's burning at 171 bright street between randolph and shields. you can see the latest tweets right now. muni just let us know that the m-oceanview line is completely blocked in both directions at randolph and bright by a number of emergency vehicles on scene. so we have launched chopper 5 for this. we'll bring you live updates. here's a live look at the baby
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bay bridge toll plaza. backed up fully. the metering lights are on. big change today. the fog is back. so after several days of record- breaking high temperatures, looks like things starting to cool down. still lots of sunshine. it will be a while before we get that cool air working its way into the valleys. so still on the warm side, 80s inland, 70s inside the bay, 60s at the coastline. much cooler weekend with low clouds and fog extending well onshore. partial clearing toward the afternoon. more clouds cooler temperatures into monday. >> all right. i'm not complaining! it's pretty good. >> a big round of applause. >> thank you! thank you, everybody. [ laughter ] >> happy friday to you. >> you would have done it anyway since it's friday. >> thanks for watching. the next local update is 7:26.
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good morning to our viewers in the west. it is friday, may 2, 2014. welcome to "cbs this morning." cbs news correspondent clarissa ward and her crew are free and safe after being detained in ukraine. clarissa will givehe full story. >> new developments in the donald sterling drama. the clippers owner reportedly has cancer. >> and memphis gets ready for a british invasion. what prince william and prince harry will be doing together. >> but we begin with a look at today's "eye opener," your world in 90 seconds. >> embroiled in scandal, donald sterling has reportedly been battling prostate cancer. >> a new twist in the l.a. clippers controversy.
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KPIX 5 News Early Edition
CBS May 2, 2014 6:00am-7:01am PDT

Frank Mallicoat and Michelle Griego.

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